July 6: All Together Now - Work From All Ages
June 22: A Wider Focus
For our newest issue of Quaranzine, we had called for art and media that promote social justice, inclusion, racial equity, and accountability. But upon further reflection, work that addresses the work of antiracism can't be designated to a "special issue." We hope and expect that our community response to these issues will be ongoing, and we will continue to accept work on the topic of anti-racism for as long as Quaranzine runs.
Contribute to an Upcoming Special Edition
Quaranzine is now accepting submissions for a special "Confronting Racism" edition.
We are seeking 2D art and media that promote anti-racism, social justice, inclusion, racial equity, and accountability. We are seeking work that is in direct response to racism in the United States, and documentation that explores the intersections of race and the Arlington community. Submit your own work.
- Protest art
- Poetry and writing on the theme of race or inequality (500-word limit)
- Photography documenting this moment in Arlington
All Quaranzine Rules and Submission Guidelines apply.
Quaranzine was originally created to examine life in Arlington and serve as a time capsule amidst the COVID-19 crisis. Our scope has since extended to not only Arlington’s response to the virus, but to nation-wide issues that dramatically impact our community.
The deadline for submissions to this special issue of Quaranzine is Thursday, June 19. We will return with a regularly scheduled issue of Quaranzine on Monday, June 15.